Q: Should I buy the 32-bit version of Windows 7 or the 64-bit version of Windows 7? A: This is a question I'm often asked, and unless you are a computer enthusiast, I'd try to do everything you can to stick with the 32-bit version of an operating system (such as Windows 7 or Windows Vista). First I'll mention that the difference between a 32-bit and 64-bit operating system, … [Read more...] about Should I Buy the 32-bit or 64-bit Version of Windows 7?
In this tutorial video we will go over how to change the sensitivity of the mouse in Vista. We will also take a moment to explore the other mouse-related configuration options such as double-click responsiveness, and where to go to change the mouse pointers. … [Read more...] about How to Change the Mouse Sensitivity in Windows Vista (video)
Before I had finally bit the bullet I purchased a new laptop that came with Windows Vista Business (yes, I made sure it also came with an XP Pro downgrade), I searched and searched to try to find anywhere were I could find a Vista trial so I could try out some of my software before running the OS. Microsoft no longer sells or distributes Vista trial editions, so I was reduced … [Read more...] about Windows Vista Trial. Are they Still Around?
Adding symbols in Windows Vista requires use of the character map. The idea is that you select the character you want in the character map and copy the image to the clipboard, and then you paste the character into whatever application you are suing (e.g. word, excel, fireworks, etc.) Note that if you are using a Microsoft Office program such as Word or Excel, you can insert a … [Read more...] about How to add a Symbol in Windows Vista
Showing Hidden Files in Windows Vista is pretty straightforward. 1. First head to the control panel: Start->Control Panel. 2. Then head to Folder Options. 3. In the window that opens, select the View tab. 4. Lastly, select Show Hidden Files or Folders and press OK. … [Read more...] about Show Hidden Files in Vista